INSIDE the seating plan at St Paul’s Cathedral with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on the opposite side of Kate Middleton and Prince William. The Royal Family gathered in the church this morning for the Thanksgiving service – part of the Queen’s stellar Platinum Jubilee celebrations. 4 William and KateRead More →

For twenty years, my students and I experienced the inequities of inadequate education funding through the Nevada plan, which had been unchanged since its inception in 1967. This plan ranked Nevada 45th ranked 50th in the nation in education funding, offering nearly $4,500 less per student than the national average,Read More →

TALLAHASSEE — In an unusual move, the state Supreme Court on Friday said utility regulators must review a decision that approved a controversial Duke Energy Florida solar power program, saying the regulators’ decision “leaves the court guess the reasoning”. The Supreme Court’s order challenged the Florida Public Service Commission’s decisionRead More →

the Mercury provides news and fun every day, but your help is essential. If you think Portland benefits from smart local journalism and artistic coverage, please consider making a small monthly contribution, because without you there is no us. Thanks for your help! Mourners seek answers during a prayer vigilRead More →

Sometimes it seems that sustainable, sustainable/responsible or ESG (environmental, social and governance) focused investing has taken the world by storm. Consider some recent statistics on the growing role of ESG: According to Morningstar, “U.S. sustainable fund assets remained on a steady growth trajectory. As of September 2021, assets totaledRead More →

Lebanese President Michel Aoun leads a final cabinet meeting before the government enters a gatekeeper status at the presidential palace in Baabda, Lebanon May 20, 2022. Dalati Nohra/Handout via REUTERS Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register May 20 (Reuters) – The Lebanese government plans to cancel “aRead More →

This commentary is from Bill Huff of Thetford, a former Certified Financial Planner and twice employee who has experienced bankruptcies and pension reforms with different companies. Another legislative session has ended, and for thousands of Vermont Pension Plan participants, little has changed. Unions waived more contractual provisions to maintain promisedRead More →

Many New Jersey school districts say they haven’t seen the cost savings promised by the state when they implemented New Jersey’s mandatory educator health plan in 2021. The Chapter 44 plan, signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy in 2020 and backed by the state’s powerful teachers’ union, could endRead More →

New Zealand will help some people buy electric vehicles, end its dependence on fossil fuels, reduce agricultural emissions and reduce waste going to landfill, the government has promised in the most important announcement on the action against climate change in the country’s history. The Emissions Reduction Plan sets the directionRead More →

Striving to be on par with other countries in the field, the Athena Research Center seeks to develop a very ambitious program that foresees the introduction of robotics in different areas of society. The program, under the auspices of the Ministry of Development, and specifically the Deputy Minister of ResearchRead More →

A disabled former Lake County police officer who claimed his disability pension plan should provide the same cost-of-living increases that non-disabled retirees receive did not influence the 7and Circuit Court of Appeals. Thomas Ostrowski served nearly eight years as a police officer with the Lake County Sheriff’s Department until 1996,Read More →

The company logo of Halliburton Oilfield Services company offices is seen in Houston, Texas April 6, 2012. REUTERS/Richard Carson Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register May 9 (Reuters) – A top proxy adviser has recommended that Halliburton (HAL.N) shareholders vote against its executive compensation plan, the oilRead More →

WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) – The city of Wausau is deciding how to use its U.S. bailout funds after receiving about $15 million to help programs and projects impacted by COVID-19. At their April 12 meeting, five projects were approved, including broadband expansion, courthouse improvements, and community partner participation on campus.Read More →

Oslo, Norway, May 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Aker Clean Hydrogen AS’ 2022 Annual General Meeting was held today as a digital meeting with online attendance. All the resolutions were taken in accordance with the proposals made in the notice of meeting, including the approval of the proposed merger dated MarchRead More →

Denny’s Corporation SPARTANBURG, South Carolina, May 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Denny’s Corporation (NASDAQ: DENN) today announced the appointment of Kelli Valade as Chief Executive Officer and President, effective June 13, 2022. Ms. Valade will succeed to John Miller, who previously announced his retirement, effective August 3, 2022. The companyRead More →

The Board of Directors of ENAIRE, the public manager of air navigation in Spain, has approved its strategic innovation plan. The initiative is one of eleven that are part of “Flight Plan 2025”, the company’s overall strategic plan. ENAIRE belongs to the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda. ItRead More →

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The United States, along with more than 55 global partners, on Thursday launched the ‘Declaration for the Future of the Internet’ – a ‘political commitment’ among democratic nations to advance a ‘positive vision’ for the internet and digital technologies amid “serious politicalRead More →

The event took place on Friday, April 21st. This coincided with the swearing in of seven members to the Provincial Climate Change Committee. The program was jointly implemented by the New Ireland Provincial Administration, the Climate Change and Development Authority (CCDA) and delivery partner Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI). ProvincialRead More →

Plymouth is a place of great significance in American history, the oldest city in New England. People come to Plymouth to live and holiday with pride in the history, culture and peaceful environmental assets that surround our large and diverse community. The game does not conform to the cultural andRead More →

Saint Anselme College The Diversity Equity and Inclusion Action Plan Committee wants to hear from you! Context of the action plan:President Favazza says diversity is a key part of the college’s Vision 2025 strategic plan.President Favazza appointed and instructed a committee to develop a DEI action plan to recommend actionstoRead More →

The New Hampshire Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee on Friday approved a federally funded $100 million housing investment plan, a crucial step for a proposal put forward by Gov. Chris Sununu as a way to increase the capacity of rental and housing of the workforce. Voting 8-2, the committee approved aRead More →

April 13—WILLIMANTIC — Board members approved Willimantic’s proposed 2022-23 tax district budget, which involves lower taxes, following a quiet public hearing Tuesday night. The budget is $12,174,672, an increase of $567,388 or 4.9% over the current budget. It was approved by a vote of 4-0. Tax district members made noRead More →

Accounting firms show progress in diversity despite pipeline challenges [Journal of Accountancy] The AICPA has finally managed to release its 2021 Trends Report, which we will dissect shortly. In the meantime, here’s a tidbit: The profession’s efforts to encourage diversity, equity and inclusion have made progress with an increase ofRead More →

Monadnock Ledger – Transcript Posted: 2022-04-05 09:28:12 Modified: 05/04/2022 09:27:33 The Wilton Community Center sponsors a Wilton Street Cleanup Project. Community Center Committee Member Sara Spittel is running a Road Adoption Program this year to ensure all roads in Wilton get the attention they need, and from April 16-30 theRead More →

Preserve the beauty of Citrus County. Repair deteriorated roads. Stop North Florida Turnpike Extension. Build more work housing. Open a manatee rehabilitation center. These are just some of the recommendations from the 85-member crowd that attended Monday’s public strategic planning meeting at the Citrus Springs Community Center in Beverly Hills.Read More →

The Lompoc City Council will consider adopting an amendment to the compensation plan for employees of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers as well as the compensation plan for city staff in management and supervisory roles at its meeting in 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5 at City Salle. MembersRead More →

The state’s beleaguered pension scheme finally launched this month, more than four years after its originally scheduled launch date. The Connecticut Retirement Security Authority, overseen by the Office of the State Comptroller, officially launched MyCTSavings on March 24, with a New York-based company serving as the program’s third-party administrator. TheRead More →